Alternatively, you could contact someone who does video editing for a living to do it for you. That would save you a lot of time :)
"Cutting unnecessary movement" sounds like a relatively simple task but it may take you several hours of downloading a program, getting familiar with it, and still missing some tricks on optimising file size.
You asked a similar question in your initial thread [webmasterworld.com] at this board...
Do you know how to convert the .mov to .swf?
I answered that question for you as well as your question concerning not being able to see the player controls in the pop-up window that displays the Quicktime movie. So please go check your initial thread [webmasterworld.com]. I'm certain that this thread is concerning the same issue as the original. Perhaps you should have continued discussion there instead?